Formula E has revealed the three different circuit configurations it will use for the trio of double-headers at Berlin Tempelhof that will conclude its interrupted 2019/20 season.
As predicted by The Race, the first of these will use a reverse version of the usual Tempelhof circuit.
What will Berlin be like in reverse, and how will it differ for teams?
We enlisted former Formula E racer Maro Engel – a top-10 finisher at the track with Venturi in both 2017 and ’18 – to talk us through a lap of the reverse layout, with top simracer Jan von der Heyde driving the lap itself.
Formula E has announced that a reverse version of its Berlin track will be used for the first leg of its season finale races, as predicted by The Race
— The Race (@wearetherace) July 21, 2020
The reverse circuit will be used for the initial mid-week evening races on August 5/6, before the usual version of Tempelhof hosts the weekend double-header on August 8/9.
For the August 12/13 season finale, a further revision will be deployed, with alterations to the middle of the circuit to create a more twisty version.